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May 9, 1986     Bellevue College
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Page4 I I II Candidates for President Eric Englund As your ASBCC president, I will represent not one student's needs, but all; not one organization, but all, so that everyone's voice .is heard. Mt extensive experience as Executive Vice President of Finance will give you an earnest effective and strong government that repres- ents all the students. Kerri Railey I feel that I am the best choice for the office of ASBCC president because of my organizational abilities and people skills. I have develped these abilities while holding office in a chartered club (the SURA) since its formation. Daniel Dutme I feel there is a real need for the ASBCC to get the word out to students one the services and benefits available to them through Student government. I am qualified to lead ASBCC in this direction. My motto is best service - open door policy. Division repres /i ..... !ii " Social Science Rep. Maria Williams I would like to be the social science representative for the next term. I would enjoy being the line of communication between the student body and the social science division. I want to promote guest speakers, the Model United Nations organization and other various activities that are part of the social science division. Business Rep. Ben Wang I'm running for business rep because I wane to make Bellevue Community College a better school. I feel theses places need alot of improvement: More non- smokers areas in the student union, it should open earlier and close later, and more cashiers in the check out line. Science division rep. Kim Randall I am seeking office as science representative to effectively repres- entent the needs and concerns of the students in this division on campus. My major is science, so I am constantly informed of what is currently happening in the science division. Humanities Rep. Betty L. Standlee Being mostly a right brain person, I chose to run for Humanities Representative so I could learn more about the department of humanities here at B.C.C., and perhaps influence the preservation of Humanities not only here at B.C.C., but in community colleges in general.